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MRI-Based Risk Assessment for Incomplete Resection of Brain Metastases
Recent studies demonstrated that gross total resection of brain metastases cannot always be achieved. Subtotal resection (STR) can result in an early recurrence and might affect patient survival. We initiated a prospective ...
Challenging Paradigms Through Ecological Neuroscience: Lessons From Visual Models
Perhaps the ultimate goal of neuroscience is to generate models and theories to explain how our nervous system works in its natural environment. To a large extent, this goal has been pursued with experimental approaches ...
Access to awareness of direct gaze is related to autistic traits
Background: The atypical processing of eye contact is a characteristic hallmark of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The severity of these symptoms, however, is thought to lie on a continuum that extends into the typical ...
Play, but not observing play, engages rat medial prefrontal cortex
Rats have elaborate cognitive capacities for playing Hide & Seek. Playing Hide & Seek strongly engages medial prefrontal cortex and the activity of prefrontal cortex neurons reflects the structure of the game. We wondered ...
Detecting Corticospinal Tract Impairment in Tumor Patients With Fiber Density and Tensor-Based Metrics
Tumors infiltrating the motor system lead to significant disability, often caused by corticospinal tract injury. The delineation of the healthy-pathological white matter (WM) interface area, for which diffusion magnetic ...
Safety and Tolerability of Accelerated Low-Frequency Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Over the Primary Motor Cortex–A Pilot Study
Low-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is capable of inducing changes in the functional organization of underlying brain regions, however, often at the cost of long stimulation protocols over ...